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The Shifts Summary gives an overview of cash flow during each shift. The Shifts Summary includes starting cash amounts, closing amounts, cash drawer variances, and other related events affecting cash.
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Run the Shifts Summary
From BackOffice, run the Shifts Summary for an overview of shifts during a selected date.
- Click 'Analytics' and select 'Shifts Summary'.
- To change the default view, click the Date icon and choose a preset or custom range, then press 'Retrieve'.
Shifts Summary Overview
Learn how to read the Shifts Summary to get the most benefit from its details.
The name of the register or the default register number. A green dot indicates an open shift. A red dot indicates a closed shift.
Name of the manager who opened the shift.
Date and time of shift opening. The report is automatically sorted by this column.
Name of the manager who closed the shift.
Date and time of shift closing.
Amount of money in the drawer at start of shift. Entered when opening the shift.
Total amount of cash tendered throughout the shift.
Total amount of cash used for returns throughout the shift.
A payout is cash removed from the drawer for business expenses such as supplies or paying employee tips. Individual payouts and additional comments can be seen in the Pay Ins and Payouts report in BackOffice.
A pay in is cash added to the drawer, usually to make change. Individual pay ins and additional comments can be seen in the Pay Ins and Payouts report in BackOffice.
A drop is cash removed from the drawer for cash deposits to the safe or bank. Individual drops and additional comments can be seen in the Pay Ins and Payouts report in BackOffice.
Cash removed to purchase inventory for the store. Individual inventory purchases and comments can be seen in the Pay Ins and Payouts report in BackOffice.
Total amount of cash expected to be in the drawer.
Physical count of money actually in the cash drawer.
The difference between the expected cash and actual cash.
Wondering why your shift was over/short? Visit our Analytics Troubleshooting guide for help.